In the centre of large forests, countless lakes and rivers and a massive number of mountains, Solenstua Camping in Engerdal is located. Paradise for hikers and nature lovers.
Solenstua Camping in Engerdal in the Hedmark region:
Are you looking for a campsite far away from the crowds? In a beautiful environment? And with good sanitair? Then Solenstua Camping is a great placet o be. The campsite is open all year round, so in winter you can go cross-country skiing and skiing. In the summer the campsite is visited by nature lovers and hikers. Because the environment is really beautiful!
Immediately at arrival you will be welcomed by the super friendly owner and you will feel right at home. If you come with a camper, caravan or tent, you can choose a spot on the large lawn, but there are also other nice places to be found at Solenstua Camping. At the river at the back of the campsite for example. You might also catch a fish for the barbecue.
At Solenstua Camping:
The campsite has well maintained sanitary facilities with a number of family bathrooms. Entertainment for your children? The campsite has a nice playground! Do not feel like cooking food? Take a look at the menu in the restaurant. And of course fresh bread in the morning! Free WIFI is available at the campsite. No camping equipment with you? No problem, at Solenstua Camping you will find various types of cabins.
Hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing and skiing:
The campsite is open all year round and is located next to a ski area. In the area there are several cross-country trails and an hour's drive away is Norway's largest ski area: Trysil. In the summer the surrounding is a true paradise for hikers. What a beautiful area!
Located between Oslo and Trondheim at the Swedish border:
If you want to go from Oslo to Trondheim, you could "just" catch the E6, but you can also drive from Hamar to Elverum, Rena, Koppang and then to Solenstua Camping and then drive past the enormous Femunden (lake) via Roros to Trondheim . At Elverum you can also take the route along the Swedish border via Trysil. Beware of the regularly crossing reindeer and elk.
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